EVENTS: Come by often to see what we’re programming!
Choir Performances for Yom HaShoah:
Ani Ma’amin https://youtu.be/YwEdEpYweCI
Adon Olam https://youtu.be/cgPWVl8goRc
Adonai Ro’i https://youtu.be/7RcugClkC2g
About the Music Committee
The mission of the Beth Haverim Shir Shalom Music Committee is to assist the cantor and to educate and entertain the congregation by initiating and producing programs appropriate to all age and interest levels. Our aim is to appeal to different age groups at different times throughout the year.
Our fundraising will support charities whose efforts align with needs in Israel and/or the core values of our congregation.
We support the adult choir, financially and otherwise, in its endeavors to expand its knowledge and repertoire. We assist in their holy work both within the congregation and out in the community.
Music is an integral part of life at Beth Haverim Shir Shalom. Every service, every life event is celebrated by its own musical theme. Whether you prefer the more traditional tunes you heard growing up or would like to explore more contemporary compositions, our cantor and choir bring a balance of both that will surely strike the right note!
Our adult choir is an all-volunteer organization that dedicates itself to making our services so special. If you are looking for an opportunity to share your talents, please consider adding your voice. Contact Cantor Josh at [email protected] for additional information.
The Committee meets once a month on the fourth Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the synagogue. Please join us! Musical talent is not a requirement. Sense of humor and dedication are a must, however! To share your voice, volunteer, have any questions about the committee or suggestions about programming, please contact our chairwoman, Nora Berger at [email protected]
Cantor Josh Introduces New Service Melodies!
Click the links below to watch and hear (and learn) new songs so you will be able to follow along at services. Watch this space as more songs are added!
Ya Ana Emtzacha by Dan Nichols
Hashkivenu (Let There Be Love) by Noah Aronson